The issue of younger borrowers taking out equity release topped the list of this week's biggest stories.
Former FCA mortgage manager Lynda Blackwell wrote that she is concerned equity release could be the next mis-selling scandal to hit financial services.
Readers were also interested in Nationwide’s re-entry to the interest-only mortgage market, and Skipton’s Open Banking plans.
Equity release is heading into the eye of a ‘perfect storm’ – Blackwell
Nationwide re-enters interest-only mortgage market – exclusive
Two mortgage firms declared in default by FSCS
Stamp duty charge for foreign buyers to be unveiled in Budget
Santander raises mortgage rates for select borrowers with big deposits
Carney admits latest decision to hold interest rates was ‘finely balanced’
MPs heap pressure on FCA chief to explain mortgage prisoners’ situation
Market reactions to coronavirus should keep mortgage rates down
Pure Retirement launches lowest equity release rate on market
Skipton plans open banking expansion in bid to ‘blaze trail’